Tumour-targeting bacteria engineered to fight cancer

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Tumour-targeting bacteria engineered to fight cancer

Tumour-targeting bacteria engineered to fight cancer, Published online: 07 November 2018; doi:10.1038/s41568-018-0070-z

Therapy with live tumour-targeting bacteria represents a unique opportunity to address the limitations associated with molecularly targeted therapies and immunotherapies. In this Review, Zhou et al. discuss the benefits and challenges of this approach and outline advances in the engineering of bacteria, which have the potential to improve safety and efficacy.

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